Parapat, January 12, 2021 – Regal Springs Indonesia, through its “KAMI PEDULI (We Care)” and Community Support initiatives, has launched a three-month computer training program for local small business owners in Parapat on Monday (1/11).
“This training will provide basic computer skills to local small business owners in the central tourism areas of Parapat and Ajibata, enabling them to run their businesses more efficiently and market their products online through e-commerce platforms and social media,” said David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs at Regal Springs Indonesia.
Twenty local entrepreneurs from the Parapat and Ajibata districts are participating in the training program, which will teach them the fundamentals of Microsoft Office applications and online marketing.
“We greatly appreciate Regal Springs Indonesia’s ongoing efforts to support the local community in Ajibata. We hope this training program will equip the community with better skills to develop their businesses, especially during these challenging times,” said Irma Suryani Sirait, the Head of Pardomuan Village, Ajibata.
The training program, which falls under the Education Pillar of the KAMI PEDULI Education Program, is conducted in partnership with the Bina Kasih Parapat Foundation and the village government. “Local small business owners are enthusiastic about participating in this training, hoping to improve their business capabilities and market their products and services online,” said Desmon Rumahorbo, Chairman of the Bina Kasih Foundation.
The training program will take place from January to March 2021 at the training center of the Bina Kasih Foundation in Parapat. It will provide basic skills in Microsoft Office applications and online marketing. “After completing this training program, we hope that participants will be able to enhance their business operations using computers and effectively sell their products and services online,” said Sakti Sinaga, Community Affairs Officer.